Windows containers in K8s? + Mining Prometheus & Grafana

Google - 3333 Walnut St Boulder - View Map Boulder
Thu, Nov 7, 2019, 6:30 PM (MST)

About this event

Please join us for our next meet-up in November! We'll have 2 presentations – "Why would you run Windows containers in Kubernetes?" with Craig Peters from Microsoft Azure + "Mining Prometheus and Grafana: Digging Beyond The Right Statistics" with Scott Hendrickson from Aspen Mesh.



[06:30 - 07:00 PM] Dinner/Drinks (provided by Microsoft) + Beer (CNCF)

[07:00 - 07:40 PM] Why would you run Windows containers in Kubernetes? (Craig Peters, Microsoft Azure)

Answer the question, will you? Then we'll walk through running Windows workloads in Kubernetes, from cluster config, to workload prep and packaging, to running and debugging.

BIO: PM at Microsoft - a tech generalist concerned with how humans and processes come together to create systems. I work at Microsoft Azure on solving customer problems in open source container projects including Kubernetes, moby, containerd, and more

[07:40 - 08:20 PM] Mining Prometheus and Grafana: Digging Beyond The Right Statistics (Scott Hendrickson, Aspen Mesh)

You're probably getting value out of Prometheus metrics, but it's likely only the tip of the iceberg. Scott will share how he uses Prometheus to mine Kubernetes metrics you might not be thinking about and some tips that might help you gain deeper insights from your clusters.

BIO: Scott Hendrickson builds and leads effective data analytics and data science teams. He’s most interested in enabling clever problem solvers, technical experts and passionate story-tellers to address interesting business questions with data. He has a track record of contributing to data strategy and data product creation and evolution.

[08:20 - 08:30 PM] Stick around, socialize & network!


Thursday, Nov 7
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (MST)


3333 Walnut St Boulder